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Lauren Conrad Jokes About How Son Liam Has Begun Walking: He's 'Running' Like 'Little Drunk Men'


Amid her growing fashion empire, Lauren Conrad is also excited to watch her son William “Liam” James continue to grow up.

“He is walking. He gets into everything and he started walking around a lot,” the mother of one tells PEOPLE about her 13-month-old child’s latest milestone.

“He started really a month and a half ago,” says Conrad, 32, who redesigned her LC Lauren Conrad Denim collection for Kohl’s.

“Now he is running, which is scary because they’re like little drunk men,” The Hills alum jokes, adding, “They’re just constantly falling over and you’re like, ‘Oh my God!’ ”

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Conrad and husband William Tell, who tied the knot in a September 2014 sunset ceremony, welcomed their first child in July 2017.

In addition to chasing Liam around, the designer also enjoys creating ensembles for her little one.

“I get to dress him up all day long. It is so fun,” Conrad says. “I’ve always wanted a boy so I was really excited but all my friends were like, ‘Oh, but the girl clothes!’ But I really love dressing him.”

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And styling her son has led Conrad to think about creating a kids’ clothing line in the future.

“It is something I wouldn’t have done until I experienced it which I did now, but yeah, kids clothes are so much fun. You dress them like tiny men,” she shares.

(This story has not been edited by N24 staff and is People.com auto-generated from a RSS feed.)

Published Date: Friday, August 10th, 2018 | 08:45 AM

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